Upcycled Wall Art Ideas

I do love a bit of upcycled wall art.

Well when it comes to art I think I have everything I need close at hand to create something wonderful without blowing the budget. Just look what can be done with pegs, bottle tops, badges, old watch faces and newspaper. These things don’t need throwing away they just need reusing in a different way and a little bit of TLC.

How absolutely inspiring.

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The ski cabin DIY network

 That’s an ambitious one!

On a more achievable level Emma form Mums Savvy Savings uses cards for her frugal wall art and I have to say I think this looks very effective..and is super frugal!

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Displaying treasures we find along the way is also something that really floats my boat. I adore this driftwood wall hanging.

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Aren’t they all just wonderful!

Have a look here for some extra wonderful wall art inspiration from Jen at Love Chic Living. If you love upcycling and are looking ffor some inpsiration on how to upcycle spoons and upcycle a baby’s cot why not pop on over to my other blogs.  I even have more posts on this about upcycling like this one on upcycling biscuit tins!

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12 Comments

  1. Humayun Azad
    March 10, 2013 / 06:34

    To make wall sticker by useless thing really great. It reminds us that there is nothing which is useless.

  2. August 23, 2013 / 09:17

    This is an awesome use of badges – the same would work well with buttons.

  3. April 11, 2015 / 17:04

    Ooo finally a use for the drawer of old band badges that we have here! Ones we loved back in the day and can’t bear to part from – thank you for the inspiration 🙂
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  4. April 12, 2015 / 08:56

    Ooh I love these Becky, so many great ideas! The ski one is brilliant, although definitely a bit more ambitious than I’m ready to try at this stage! Love the badges though, and even I might manage the driftwood one!
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  5. April 12, 2015 / 17:58

    You know me I love a bit of up cycling and there are some great ideas in this post. I’m feeling inspired! Off to just double check that I’m following you on pinterest…
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